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Anyone playing? What do you think? So far I’m loving it. I had a hard time getting into Oblivion, mainly because of the story, but I loved the mechanics of the game. Just not a big fantasy fan. Then I hear that Fallout 3 is on the Oblivion engine, and I’m super stoked. I feel kind of out of touch, though, since I never played the other Fallout games.
So this one has me hooked. I love how they’ve combined the elements of a first person shooter with a role player game. I like that, because it means you actually level up because you the player have skill with the trigger finger, rather than click attack click spell click block of most RPGs out there. And it looks gorgeous too! Stepping out of the Vault into the wasteland of what was once Washington DC, having to adjust my eyes, and once they focus, you can see for miles. It’s beautiful. When you’re in Vault 101, it’s basically tutorial mode, and I love how they implemented character creation by having you “grow up,” so to say. That was pretty nifty.”None of you understand. I’m not locked up in here with you. You’re born, and the doctor/dad asks as you come out of the womb, “Now, are you a boy or a girl?” A small window pops up asking you to choose your gender. Followed by, in my case, “It’s a boy! It’s a darling boy! Now,
what shall we call you. Well, we’ve been talking, and we think a good name for you would be ” at which point, you enter your character name. Once you press OK, you hear “Do you like that name. Ooh, the genetic projection is done. Let’s see what you’re going to look like when you’re all grown up.” You’re given a screen to customize the look of your character. If you’ve played Oblivion, this will be all to familiar. Hair color, face shapes, skin tones, et al. You divvy out some points to each of those. You fast forward again and learn some basic stuff like shooting (with a toy BB gun) and you, at 16, take a test to determine what you’re job in the Vault will be (aka, character class and a few basic skill stats.) Finally, you’re cut loose at 19. I remember this one time, after one of my first paychecks, I bought, like, 4 or 5 games, and that was the happiest couple of months of my life. Doom 3, Splinter Cell, Myst 4, a couple others. I was set.”None of you understand. I’m not locked up in here with you.